Two years ago, Ryerson University chemical engineering undergraduate Prrunthaa Santhirakumaran joined the CIC Energy Division, fundamentally altering the course of her academic trajectory and landing her an important research position.
Our subject matter interest groups unite people in the same specialty no matter where they are in Canada. Subject divisions hold their own symposia, and sponsor awards, scholarships, and competitions to promote interest and excellence in their fields. Be sure to choose a subject division when you join or renew your membership.
Doug Ruthven’s was a professor of chemical engineering at the University of New Brunswick from 1966 to 1995 and at the University of Maine from 1995 to 2018. One of the leading pioneers in adsorption science and engineering, Ruthven passed away on September 23 at the age of 82.
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has chosen Montréal, Quebec to host the 54th IUPAC General Assembly and 51st World Chemistry Congress (WCC), collectively referred to as IUPAC 2027. Hosted at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, up to 3,500 delegates will be in attendance over July 16-23, 2027. The events will include the Canadian Society for Chemistry’s (CSC) 110th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (CCCE).
From commercial applications of graphene nanofilms to turning food waste into sustainable bioplastics, the expansion of Canada’s advanced manufacturing industry also means expanded opportunities for chemists. Next Generation Manufacturing Canada...
Little-known fact: the things we like about chocolate – its creamy smooth texture and how it melts in our mouths – are thanks to the crystal structure of cocoa butter. Now University of Guelph researchers have found a way to create that perfect crystal structure while simplifying the fussy tempering process.
November’s Special Issue Honouring Professor Leo A. Behie features invited contributions from 22 international researchers that highlight the significant impact Professor Behie had, and continues to have, on the chemical and biomedical engineering fields.